Cogden beach lies just west of Burton Bradstock with a National Trust P&D / Pay by phone car park just off the B3157 coast road. It's a steeply shelving beach of small flint shingle, and signs warn that swimming can be dangerous due to cross currents. The top of the beach is colonised by plenty of sea kale and yellow horned poppies. Dogs are allowed at all times but there are no facilities here. The photo shows the view towards Abbotsbury, with the Isle of Portland in the distance.
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